Can I copy mails to outbox in Outlook Express

  bines 17:29 13 Oct 2004

Sometimes I send an e-mail and it doesn't reach the recipient (for whatever reason). I want to re-send it by copying the sent mail from the 'sent mail' folder into the 'outbox'. But 'copy' is greyed out. How can I re-send an already sent e-mail?

Also what use is the 'drafts' folder? I can't copy anything from there to the outbox either, nor can I send it directly.

Any help would be appreciated.

  VoG II 17:38 13 Oct 2004

Why not just Forward the message from the Sent folder?

  Jackcoms 18:14 13 Oct 2004

The Drafts folder is to keep e-mails in which you may not want to send for a while.

If you've composed an e-mail, but may want to amend it later before sending, you can shut down OE (or even turn off the PC) and when you next go back your e-mail will be waiting for you in the Drafts folder.

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